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Supramolecular control over thermoresponsive polymers

(2016) MATERIALS TODAY. 19(1). p.44-55
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Thermoresponsive polymers facilitate the development of a wide range of applications in multiple areas spanning from construction or water management to lab-on-a-chip technologies and biomedical sciences. The combination of thermoresponsive polymers with supramolecular chemistry, inspired by the molecular mechanisms behind natural systems, is resulting in adaptive and smart materials with unprecedented properties. This work reviews the past advances on the combination of this young field of research with polymer chemistry that is enabling a high level of control on polymer architecture and stimuli-responsiveness in solution. We will discuss how such polymer systems are able to store thermal information, respond to multiple stimuli in a reversible manner, or adapt their morphology on demand, all powered by the synergy between polymer chemistry and supramolecular chemistry.
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TERPYRIDINE METAL-COMPLEXES, HYDROGEN-BONDING UNITS, CRITICAL SOLUTION TEMPERATURE, HOST-GUEST INTERACTIONS, MOLECULAR RECOGNITION, BLOCK-COPOLYMERS, AQUEOUS-SOLUTION, FUNCTIONALIZED POLY(N-ISOPROPYLACRYLAMIDE), AZOBENZENE POLYMERS, ALPHA-CYCLODEXTRINS

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Retamero De La Rosa, Victor, Patrice Woisel, and Richard Hoogenboom. “Supramolecular Control over Thermoresponsive Polymers.” MATERIALS TODAY 19.1 (2016): 44–55. Print.
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Retamero De La Rosa, V., Woisel, P., & Hoogenboom, R. (2016). Supramolecular control over thermoresponsive polymers. MATERIALS TODAY, 19(1), 44–55.
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Retamero De La Rosa, Victor, Patrice Woisel, and Richard Hoogenboom. 2016. “Supramolecular Control over Thermoresponsive Polymers.” Materials Today 19 (1): 44–55.
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Retamero De La Rosa, Victor, Patrice Woisel, and Richard Hoogenboom. 2016. “Supramolecular Control over Thermoresponsive Polymers.” Materials Today 19 (1): 44–55.
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Retamero De La Rosa V, Woisel P, Hoogenboom R. Supramolecular control over thermoresponsive polymers. MATERIALS TODAY. 2016;19(1):44–55.
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V. Retamero De La Rosa, P. Woisel, and R. Hoogenboom, “Supramolecular control over thermoresponsive polymers,” MATERIALS TODAY, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 44–55, 2016.
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  abstract     = {{Thermoresponsive polymers facilitate the development of a wide range of applications in multiple areas spanning from construction or water management to lab-on-a-chip technologies and biomedical sciences. The combination of thermoresponsive polymers with supramolecular chemistry, inspired by the molecular mechanisms behind natural systems, is resulting in adaptive and smart materials with unprecedented properties. This work reviews the past advances on the combination of this young field of research with polymer chemistry that is enabling a high level of control on polymer architecture and stimuli-responsiveness in solution. We will discuss how such polymer systems are able to store thermal information, respond to multiple stimuli in a reversible manner, or adapt their morphology on demand, all powered by the synergy between polymer chemistry and supramolecular chemistry.}},
  author       = {{Retamero De La Rosa, Victor and Woisel, Patrice and Hoogenboom, Richard}},
  issn         = {{1369-7021}},
  journal      = {{MATERIALS TODAY}},
  keywords     = {{TERPYRIDINE METAL-COMPLEXES,HYDROGEN-BONDING UNITS,CRITICAL SOLUTION TEMPERATURE,HOST-GUEST INTERACTIONS,MOLECULAR RECOGNITION,BLOCK-COPOLYMERS,AQUEOUS-SOLUTION,FUNCTIONALIZED POLY(N-ISOPROPYLACRYLAMIDE),AZOBENZENE POLYMERS,ALPHA-CYCLODEXTRINS}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{1}},
  pages        = {{44--55}},
  title        = {{Supramolecular control over thermoresponsive polymers}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mattod.2015.06.013}},
  volume       = {{19}},
  year         = {{2016}},
}

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